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Impossible Burger Taste Test

This past weekend I got the awesome and honor to try a pre-release Impossible Burger. (See Impossible Foods)               The Impossible Burger is strictly plant based with the ability to bleed like a real burger. On first inspection the color and texture will really surprise you; bright pink and squishy. […]

Easy Macaroons

Macaroons are trendy, look good, but can be costly. Some as much as $1 each. Make your next party awesome without breaking the bank, with this easy Macroon recipe. Macaroons: 2 egg whites dash of salt dash of cream of tartar 3/4 cup almond flour 1 cup powdered sugar 1/4 cup granulated sugar food coloring […]

Whole Wheat Garlic Noodles

Garlic noodles pair nicely with many things, they are mixture of spicy, salty and sweet, packed with Umami. For some reason my garlic noodles just taste better with whole wheat spaghetti. Something about the texture and the consistency makes them perfect for absorbing the garlic.


Happy Dragon Boat Festival. On one of my travels to Taiwan, during the Dragon Boat Festival, I learned the art of making Zongzi. While my wrapping could use some practice, my flavor is there! Also I would suggest getting large bamboo leaves. Ingredients Sticky Rice Soy Sauce Rice Wine vinegar Sugar Mushrooms (all kinds) Green […]

Handmade Fettuccine

Impress your guests with freshly made pasta! It’s a lot easier than you think. With just 2 ingredients and a lot of love, you can whip out this delicious fresh pasta in about 3o minutes. Taste the difference of fresh from the dry packaged pastas. Ingredients 4 cups flour 4 Eggs (water if necessary)

7 Ingredient Ketchup

Ketchup is the American way. We put it on everything. Fries, eggs, spaghetti, fish, cake… probably? Well if you’re trying to change up your meals, here is an easy, customize-able ketchup to help get you going. Just in time for grilling season. Ingredients 5 Tomatoes 1 head of Garlic 1 cup apple cider vinegar 1 […]

Eggplant Torta

In honor of Cinco De Mayo, forget the burritos and the tacos, go for the Torta! This delicious sandwich offers the authentic taste of Mexico with a slight Asian Twist. Pairs perfectly with Michelada. Ingredients Eggplant Poblano Pepper Bell Pepper Bread Refried Beans Lettuce Tomato Onion Radish Cilantro Green Onion Mayo Fire Eater Hot Sauce […]

Fire Eater Hot Sauce

Melt your face with my Fire Eater Hot Sauce- made from the slow burning  Habanero Chili Pepper. Actually this hot sauce isn’t as bad as it sounds, it leaves you with a lingering mouth tingle, rather than a gasping for water burn. Never the less I suggest mixing this with other sauces, like ketchup or pasta sauce. […]